Drake And 21 Savage Tour Tickets Cost More Than Beyoncé’s — And Twitter Is Losing It

Drake and 21 Savage are within the sizzling seat with Twitter customers over the “outrageous” ticket costs for his or her upcoming tour following their profitable “Her Loss” album.

On Wednesday, the Grammy winner introduced the extremely anticipated “It’s All a Blur” tour on Instagram by way of a documentary-style trailer. Drake hasn’t been on tour since 2018, so naturally, followers quickly flocked to the Ticketmaster web site to snag seats earlier than they bought out.

Cash App card holders scored early entry to buy pre-sale tickets on Wednesday. However, it didn’t take lengthy for followers to move to Twitter to bash the exorbitant costs.

The complaints come amid current allegations over Ticketmaster’s unfair enterprise practices after bots disrupted ticket gross sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras tour in November.

Many Twitter customers additionally scoffed at Drake’s ticket costs surpassing the price of Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour.

In November, the rap duo once more discovered themselves in bother after being sued by Vogue’s writer Condé Nast. The lawsuit alleges that the musicians used the style journal’s title with out permission to advertise “Her Loss.”

The lawsuit claimed the rappers’ promotional marketing campaign, which used a faux Vogue cowl story to spice up the album to their greater than 135 million social media followers, violated mental property legal guidelines and misled followers, in line with reviews.

The musical pair are set to make tour stops in 21 cities beginning on June 16 in New Orleans earlier than the tour’s finale in Glendale, Arizona, on Sept. 5. General public ticket gross sales for the “It’s All a Blur” tour are set to begin Friday.